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Brian Scalabrine has one of the intangibles of sports -- the ability to just hang on -- in boatloads. The improbable NBA player has stuck around for 11 seasons, five of them with the Celtics (including the 2008 championship run). Last year, he suited up with the Chicago Bulls, but the team isn't saving a spot for him for 2012. But Scalabrine, who has established his own cult following and a TV career outside the game, says he doesn't want to be done with basketball just yet. "I'd be discouraged if I just quit," he said, according to Sam Smith...
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Derrick Rose is back in the gym for the first time since tearing his ACL in April. The former MVP opened up to CSN Chicago for an interview last month in Los Angeles. In the interview, Rose discusses all his thoughts about the play where he got hurt, and he says learning of the news was like death.
“I remember it,” he recalled. “I remember everything. I remember jumping in...
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The hearts of Chicago Bulls fans collectively were broken when all-star point guard Derrick Rose went down in the first game of the 2011-2012 playoffs with a torn ACL. Not only were their playoff hopes for the season dashed, but Rose was also slated to miss most of the 2012-2013 campaign while rehabbing his injury. [...]
Brian Scalabrine hopes to receive an NBA training camp invite.
The Chicago Bulls have hired New Orleans executive Brian Hagen as their assistant general manager.
Hagen spent the previous nine seasons with the Hornets on their basketball operations staff, most recently as the director of player personnel. In that role, he coordinated the team's amateur and professional scouting operations and assisted in evaluating free agents and potential...
Though Derrick Rose gave fans a reassuring shout out and thank you for support video through his Facebook page in addition to the freshly released return video by adidas, the superstar point guard has yet to open up 1-on-1 about his ACL injury that cut the Bulls’ title hopes short in Game 1 of the 2012 playoffs and sent him on a 8-12 month recovery mission – until now. Derrick...
My personal feeling is that Rose should sit out the entire season. Hopefully, the Bulls would get a lottery pick and then they can start fresh with the 2013-14 season. There is no reason to rush Rose back onto the floor, it wouldn’t be prudent on their part. “I’m not going to let him back [...]
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Derrick Rose isn’t expected to return to the Chicago Bulls until March or perhaps he may miss the whole season all together, but Adidas got into the marketing action and released a commercial chronicling his return back to the NBA. Smart.
Chicago Bulls point guard and former MVP Derrick Rose opened a twitter account 2 days ago, and made head ways today after tweeting the following:
Feels good to be back in the gym… twitter.com/drose/status/2…
— Derrick Rose (@drose) August 15, 2012
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Bulls star Derrick Rose suffered a horrific knee injury during the playoffs. Adidas has decided to chronicle Rose’s rehab through a webseries entitled, #TheReturn. I think this is a great move on Adidas part. It keeps the focus on what DRose is great at, the game of basketball. It also shapes a narrative that [...]
August 14: Chicago Bulls point guard, Nate Robinson, held one of his many youth basketball camps this summer on Wednesday in NYC.
I caught up with Scal the other day as he was doing an appearance at the Chicago Bulls/Sox Academy in suburban Lisle. He’s got an offer in Europe, but now has a family with two kids. He doesn’t want to leave them. He’s got a nice TV offer in Boston after doing TV playoff work. Friends say to take it and don’t look back. But Scalabrine isn’t exactly someone who...
August 14: LOL, Carlos Boozer, in a Chicago Bulls Tee, poses with Norland High School’s girls’ basketball team side by side with a Miami Heat devotee. He frequents the Miami high school for his summer workouts.